Parallel Poly Processors

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The Parallel Poly Processor suite provides per-voice/channel control of polyphonic signals. You can generate polyphonic sounds where each note is modulated by a different LFO, attenuated & offset with individualized nuances, and articulated with differentiated envelopes.

You'll find tools for establishing subtle or wild randomizations alike, for managing quick workflows across many voices, and for monitoring what's going on within that bundled poly wire.

The Parallel Poly LFO provides a polyphonic output, but each voice/channel has an individual LFO. You can individualize their rates, shapes, and sync. With a modulatable master multiplier and an "unsync" button, you can quickly get some interesting results.

The Parallel Poly Biasing Attenuverter similarly operates on individual voices, providing DC offset/bias and an attenuverter for each part of a poly signal passing through. It's a great way to dial in subtle variations or to create drastically altered modulation responses alike.

The Parallel Poly Multi-Envelope Generator allows you to give various voices different envelope shapes, whether to create minor deviations of complex collections of articulation. There's an onboard amp too. To make things easier, rather than specify an envelope for each channel (that's a lot of work), there are instead five envelope shapes of ADSR control (five rows of silver knobs) and a collection of switches at the bottom to select which voices utilize which envelope curves.

As you craft a patch, it's helpful to hit keys and identify which voice is active as you dial in settings, so the Parallel Poly Voice Acknowledger is there to help. Connect it to the poly gate (source) and it tells you which voices are active via LEDs. It has a mute button too, allowing you to see active voices without passing signal to the next device.

Rather than having polyphonic patches that are merely multiple notes of the same thing, the Parallel Poly Processor suite is there to help you add nuance and complexity, to enhance individuality amongst the voices, and to open up more vast opportunities for experimentation.